Call for Telecoms and Convergent Media related research and commercial projects
Posted Jul 10 2009 10:49pm
Here is a chance for deaf people and those interested in improvements in the telecoms sector to make a difference for deaf people by encouraging innovations and investment in new technology.
UCL (University College London) want to hear from individuals who have past, current or planned commercial activities (including spin-outs and consulting work) that target or involve telecoms innovations.
Companies ar eno longer confined to their own markets. Fixed, mobile, and IP service providers can offer content and media services, and equipment providers can offer services directly to the end user. How will new telecommunications technologies develop? Where will the social, economic and legal barriers between digital and real-world lives break-down? Where will the innovations in new media take us?
* New telecoms and media technologies * The need for collaboration between traditional telecom suppliers and media service providers * The technical, legal and social problems faced and the disruptive forces to convergence
UCL are now looking to identify the following people: LEADING-EDGE RESEARCHERS STUDENTS BUSINESSES AND INVESTORS DECISION MAKERS
To express an interest in participating at the event, contact Euphame McDonald, Events & Marketing Manager, UCL Advances on email@example.com
UCL Advances, UCL’s centre for entrepreneurship and business interaction, hosts a series of annual ‘Technology Innovation Forum’ events which bring together academics and researchers with established businesses and investors in order to encourage new relationships that may lead to future research or commercial opportunities.
The format of these events is typically focused on a half day conference that includes short presentations of recent research and commercial projects, panel discussions with academic and leading business figures and a keynote presentation. These have delivered real benefits to members of UCL and external organisations.